Apply for a Grant
Fremantle Foundation GrantsWe love local giving and look to support organisations big and small that are making a real difference in our community. We are always looking for great projects that show great leadership. Fremantle Foundation makes grants to support a wide range of initiatives in the areas of:
- community development
- social services
- arts and culture
- the environment
For all grant opportunities listed below recipients will need to hold:
- Charitable Status
- Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) 1 Status
Option 1: Named Funds
Grants are made from individual Named Funds at various times in the year. The Fremantle Foundation works with Named Fund holders to identify suitable projects. To notify the Fremantle Foundation of your organisation and project please contact Hannah Fitch-Rabbitt on the details below.
Option 2: Impact100 FremantleExpressions Of Interest Applications for Impact100 Fremantle 2017 are now open.
Each year over 100 local donors contribute $1000 or more to create a $100,000 game-changing grant for one local community organisation. There is a distinct focus each year and the Expressions of Interest process begins in March and ends in May.
The Impact100 Fremantle grant is directed at the Federal Seat of Fremantle.
Impact100 Fremantle 2017In 2017, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, the focus for Impact100 Fremantle is Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing.
We are asking “How can we support a thriving Aboriginal community in our area?” We’re looking to the Aboriginal community and organisations that work closely with Aboriginal people to put forward projects that they know work. We strongly encourage projects that are run by and delivered by Aboriginal people to apply. We are open to submissions from any area of social impact. We are open to all ideas. Initiatives may support Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing through:
- activities - such as the arts, cultural or health based programs.
- demographics – such as young people, the aged or by gender
- causes – such as mental wellbeing, homelessness or social isolation.
Option 3: Annual Grants
The Foundation may target a priority area or areas within the above scope. To notify the Fremantle Foundation of your organisation and/or project please contact Hannah Fitch-Rabbitt on the details below.
Get in Touch
If you are interested in applying for any grant with the Fremantle Foundation, now or in the future you are encouraged to get in touch.